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Say Wot Up - 834 - Where Have You Been? (CDr, Album) 03.10.2019 03.10.2019 Fautaur

8 Responses to Say Wot Up - 834 - Where Have You Been? (CDr, Album)

  1. Doumi says:
    May 12,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the kbps File release of Where Have You Been (Remixes) on Discogs.2/5(1).
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    More on that later, but I have to say that one of the places we considered was Idaho." I have been thinking about Boise a lot the past year, few urban thugs and illegals from what I discern. Nice mountains close and decent schools, although I still don't trust any of them.
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  5. Akinogami says:
    Where Have You Been. 4, likes · 1 talking about this. "Where Have You Been" is a song by Barbadian singer Rihanna, from her sixth studio album, Talk.
  6. Mooguramar says:
    You do get some synth-pop classics like "Stop the World" with a return to "Wot" style rapping, and "Glad it's all Over" Is a nice song. "Royal Rave Up" is a cheeky swipe at the monarchs. My favorite is "Thanks for the Night" that would later get recut with The Damned/5(10).
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  8. Arashir says:
    It is the most openly trip hop track of the album, but is the apex of the album. In concert, Quits was used to get you wilded up at the end of the set and makes you (and the rest of the crowd) beg to hear it again as the first, second and third encores. Of course, the main deception was the album's short duration (less than 40 mins), BUT?.

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